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Saturday, January 10, 2015

Again, but Different

 
I know it makes more sense to say "Same, but Different," but that would not be the truth. I did go out for a snowshoe walk again today, and I did start with the same route. But since I had laid out a track yesterday part of the walking was much easier. I went about twice as far, in the same amount of time. That was a surprise. Maybe I didn't get tired out so quickly? I have no idea.

Anyway, it's also different because I didn't picture the same things, and the looks of the scenery is significantly different.

winter clouds

The low gray cloud cover of winter was being torn to shreds with the blue showing through. Above, the view north. Below the view west.

winter clouds

And then we can do east, as well.

winter clouds

And when I got tired of looking up, I looked down.

wind patterns in snow

It was a beautiful day to be outside for a while.

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4 comments:

The Furry Gnome said...

Same experience here. It's SO much easier and faster to go round a snowshoe trail if you're not breaking trail!

Ratty said...

This reminds me of how much I used to enjoy going out in thew snow. I've been recently wondering what happened to that.

Ann said...

I can't make up my mind what direction has the prettiest view.

Sharkbytes said...

Stew- I like going in the unbroken snow... but it really is tough.

Ratty- I think we are getting older (shhh)

Ann- They were all great! Sun lifts the spirits so much.

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